Portions of the river and its tributaries are at record low levels not seen in more than three decades and disrupting vital supply chains.
An additive-package shortage for specific grades of diesel engine oil is afoot and rationing of lubricants has already begun with delivery requests.
It doesn't matter if we “drill, baby, drill” and Biden lifted regulatory bottlenecks, as we don’t have the refinery capacity to match demand.
The global economy will experience a new supply chain disruption due to renewed lockdowns across China with Shanghai worse than Wuhan.
The Federal Reserve’s plan on tapering its accommodative monetary policy to “rate normalization” in 2022 and beyond is highly unlikely.